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The Jewish International Film Festival Encore Season in Australia

 

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The Jewish International Film Festival has announced two brand new films, the fascinating documentaries Sammy Davis Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me and A Land Without Borders which will screen alongside 29 repeat screenings of festival favourites as part of the Festival’s Encore sessions.

The screenings will take place across Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane from 23 – 29 November, including sessions at brand new Melbourne venue Cameo Cinemas, Belgrave, for the very first time.

Sammy Davis Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me is a star-studded look into the life of iconic American entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. Directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Sam Pollard (4 Little Girls), the film features interviews with pop culture luminaries including Billy Crystal, Jerry Lewis and Whoopi Goldberg.

A Land Without Borders is a captivating documentary delving into solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Featuring conversations with local populations throughout the West Bank, the film follows award-winning writer Nir Baram as he is forced to challenge his entire political belief system.

These additions to the program will show alongside last-chance sessions of the Festival’s most loved films, from winner of Best Documentary at the Ophir Awards Ben-Gurion, Epilogue to Best Feature winner at Tribeca Film Festival, Keep the Change, winner, and plenty more.

“The Festival may wrap up for another year on 22 November, but our Encore sessions are a great chance for audiences to enjoy some of their favourite stories one last time, or catch films they may have missed. Be prepared to life, cry, and everything in between – all over again!” said Jewish International Film Festival Artistic Director, Eddie Tamir.

JIFF 2017 Encore screenings include:

Sammy Davis Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me

The Women’s Balcony

A Land Without Borders

Russian Jews: Part 1 – Before the Revolution

The Last Suit

Russian Jews: Part 2 – 1914 – 1948

Big Sonia

Russian Jews: Part 3 – After 1948

Bombshell: the Hedy Lamarr Story

The Children of Chance

The Cakemaker

The Wedding Plan

Past Life

Ben-Gurion, Epilogue

In Between

The Bloom of Yesterday

Keep the Change

An Israeli Love Story

Bye Bye Germany

The Essential Link: The Story of Wilfred Israel

The Green Park

My Mother’s Lost Children

Let Me Go

Bye Bye Germany

1945

The Last Band in Lebanon

The Last Poker Game

Etgar Keret: Based on a True Story

Humor Me

Shalom Bollywood: the Untold Story of Indian Cinema

The Testament

 


Full details and session times for Encore screenings here.

Editors’ notes on JIFF program films available here.

2017 Jewish International Film Festival screening dates:

Melbourne

25 October – 29 November

Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick

 

26 October – 29 November

Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn

 

23 November - 29 November

Cameo Cinemas, Belgrave

Sydney

26 October – 29 November

Event Cinemas Bondi Junction

 

11 November – 22 November

Hayden Orpheum, Cremorne

Brisbane

26 October – 25 November

New Farm Cinemas, New Farm

Canberra

2 November – 12 November

Dendy Cinemas, Canberra

Perth

8 November – 19 November

Greater Union Cinemas, Morley

Stay up to date with JIFF:
Website: www.jiff.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JewishIFF
Twitter: www.twitter.com/jewishiff
Instagram: www.instagram.com/jiff_oz/

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